Paul Cho – LifeArk’s Innovative Concept to House the Homeless


Our guest this week is Paul Cho, CFO of LifeArk, an organization that has designed rotationally molded houses for the homeless.  The first prototype community of its kind is in El Monte, California.  Paul discussed the current challenges in building housing for the homeless, including the bureaucratic hurdles presented by CEQA, the California Environmental Quality Act, as well as misguided “housing first” policies.  We also ask him what advice he would give Governor Newsom when it comes to mitigating the housing and homeless crisis here in the state.

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